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How to use Fisher indicator

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Hello,

There are indicators that we can use directly via QCAlgorithm, such as AROON, ATR, RSI. but there are indicators that seem to be supported and not there, such as Fisher. how to use them?

 

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Easy:

self.FISHER = FisherTransform(9)
self.RegisterIndicator(self.forex.Symbol, self.FISHER, Resolution.Hour)

 

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Hi Armin.

Thanks for sharing. I've attached a backtest where I plot the Fisher indicator, for those who are interested.

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